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The Atlantic Politics Daily: What Separates the Left From the Left

The food fight within the Democratic Party plays out on all sorts of issues—including impeachment. Plus, Anne Applebaum on the false romance of Russia

It’s Thursday, December 12. House Judiciary Committee members continued to spar over final tweaks to the articles of impeachment, moving closer to a final vote.

In today’s newsletter: To the left of the left. Plus, Anne Applebaum on the false romance of Russia.

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The left knows it wants to kick President Donald Trump out of the White House come Election Day. Beyond that, agreement ends. My colleague Derek

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